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In 2016 AMIA celebrated the launch of a new donation fund designated to support AMIA’s philanthropic giving plans. The new fund is aptly named, the AMIA Leadership and Education Award (LEAD) Fund

2021 Awardees

Lisa Dirks, MS, MLIS
Graduate Research Assistant
University of Washington Information School
Bradley Iott, MPH
Doctoral Candidate in Information Science & Health Services Organization
University of Michigan, School of Public Health
Grace Y.E. Kim, MS
Masters Candidate in Computer Science
Stanford University
Patrick Lawrence
Doctoral Candidate in Biomedical Informatics
The Ohio State University
Siru (Ashley) Liu, PhD
Vanderbilt University
Sabrina Mangal, RN, PhD
Post-Doctoral Associate
Weill Cornell Medicine
Geetanjali Rajamani
Doctoral Candidate in Medicine
University of Minnesota Medical School

2020 Awardees

Hope Gray , MTS, BCC
Graduate Research Assistant
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Jiancheng Ye
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

2019 Awardees

Adeboye Adejare, Jr., MS
Doctoral Candidate in Biomedical Informatics
University of Cincinnati
Anna Diane, BSN, RN
Doctoral candidate in Nursing
Duke University
Yonaka Harris, MS
Masters Candidate in Healthcare Policy and Research
Weill Cornell Medicine
Mahbub Hossain, MD, MPH, CPH
Doctoral candidate in Public Health
Texas A&M University
Songzi Liu
Masters candidate in Information Science
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Roni Matin, MSc.
Doctoral Candidate in Biomedical Informatics
University of Texas Health Science
Amy Olex, MS
Doctoral Candidate in Computer Science
Virginia Commonwealth University
Chantelle Recsky, MSN
Doctoral candidate in Nursing
University of British Columbia


LEAD Fund Campaign Chair

Philip R.O. Payne, PhD, FACMI
Washington University in St. Louis